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Clark Gable

Clark GableAKA William Clark Gable

Born: 1-Feb-1901
Birthplace: Cadiz, OH
Died: 16-Nov-1960
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, CA

Gender: Male
Religion: See Note [1]
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Gone With the Wind

Military service: US Army Air Corps (WWII)


[1] Baptized a Roman Catholic by his mother before her death, but was not raised Catholic and never practiced the religion.

Father: William Gable (oil worker)
Mother: Adeline Hershelman (b. 3-Jan-1869, d. 14-Nov-1901)
Wife: Josephine Dillon (m. 13-Dec-1924, div. 1-Apr-1930)
Wife: Maria "Ria" Franklin Printiss Lucas Langham (m. 30-Mar-1930, div. Mar-1939)
Mistress:
Loretta Young (one daughter)
Daughter: Judy Lewis (psychotherapist, b. 6-Nov-1935, d. 25-Nov-2011)
Wife: Carole Lombard (m. 29-Mar-1939, d. 16-Jan-1942 from airplane crash)
Girlfriend: Olivia de Havilland
Wife: Sylvia Ashley (m. 20-Dec-1949, div. 21-Apr-1952)
Wife: Kay Spreckles (m. 11-Jul-1955)
Son: John Clark Gable (b. Mar-1961)

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
    Freemasonry Beverly Hills Lodge No. 528
    Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals
    Shriners
    Oscar for Best Actor 1935 for It Happened One Night
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1610 Vine St.
    Kentucky Colonel
    Endorsement of Liggett Group Chesterfield cigarettes
    Appendectomy
    Cholecystectomy
    Tonsillectomy

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    The Misfits (1-Feb-1961) · Gay Langland
    It Started in Naples (7-Aug-1960)
    But Not For Me (19-Aug-1959) · Russell Ward
    Teacher's Pet (1-Apr-1958)
    Run Silent Run Deep (27-Mar-1958) · Cmdr. Richardson
    Band of Angels (3-Aug-1957)
    The King and Four Queens (21-Dec-1956) · Dan Kehoe
    The Tall Men (5-Oct-1955) · Col. Ben Allison
    Soldier of Fortune (17-May-1955) · Hank Lee
    Betrayed (7-Sep-1954) · Col. Pieter Deventer
    Mogambo (9-Oct-1953) · Victor Marswell
    Never Let Me Go (1-May-1953) · Philip Sutherland
    Lone Star (8-Feb-1952) · Devereaux Burke
    Across the Wide Missouri (1-Oct-1951) · Flint Mitchell
    To Please a Lady (13-Oct-1950) · Mike Brannan
    Key to the City (2-Feb-1950) · Steve Fisk
    Any Number Can Play (2-Jul-1949) · Charley Enley Kyng
    Command Decision (23-Dec-1948) · Brig. Gen. K. C. "Casey" Dennis
    Homecoming (29-Apr-1948) · Ulysses Delby Johnson
    The Hucksters (27-Aug-1947) · Victor Albee Norman
    Adventure (28-Dec-1945) · Harry Patterson
    Somewhere I'll Find You (27-Aug-1942) · Jonny Davis
    Honky Tonk (1-Oct-1941) · Candy Johnson
    They Met in Bombay (27-Jun-1941) · Gerald Meldrick
    Comrade X (13-Dec-1940) · McKinley B. Thompson
    Boom Town (30-Aug-1940) · Big John McMasters
    Strange Cargo (1-Mar-1940) · Verne
    Gone with the Wind (15-Dec-1939) · Rhett Butler
    Idiot's Delight (27-Jan-1939) · Harry
    Too Hot to Handle (16-Sep-1938) · Chris Hunter
    Test Pilot (16-Apr-1938) · Jim
    Saratoga (23-Jun-1937) · Duke Bradley
    Parnell (4-Jun-1937) · Charles Stewart Parnell
    Love on the Run (20-Nov-1936) · Michael Anthony
    Cain and Mabel (26-Sep-1936) · Larry Cain
    San Francisco (26-Jun-1936) · Blackie Norton
    Wife vs. Secretary (28-Feb-1936) · Van
    Mutiny on the Bounty (8-Nov-1935) · Christian
    China Seas (9-Aug-1935) · Alan Gaskell
    The Call of the Wild (9-Aug-1935) · Jack Thornton
    After Office Hours (16-Feb-1935) · Jim Branch
    Forsaking All Others (23-Dec-1934) · Jeff Williams
    Chained (31-Aug-1934) · Michael Bradley
    Manhattan Melodrama (2-May-1934) · Blackie Gallagher
    Men in White (28-Mar-1934) · Dr. Ferguson
    It Happened One Night (22-Feb-1934) · Peter
    Dancing Lady (24-Nov-1933)
    Night Flight (6-Oct-1933) · Jules Fabian
    Hold Your Man (30-Jun-1933) · Eddie
    The White Sister (17-Mar-1933) · Giovanni Severi
    Strange Interlude (30-Dec-1932) · Ned Darrell
    No Man of Her Own (15-Dec-1932)
    Red Dust (22-Oct-1932) · Dennis Carson
    Polly of the Circus (27-Feb-1932) · Rev. John Hartley
    Hell Divers (5-Dec-1931) · Steve
    Possessed (21-Nov-1931) · Mark Whitney
    Susan Lenox (Her Rise and Fall) (10-Oct-1931) · Rodney
    Sporting Blood (8-Aug-1931)
    Night Nurse (16-Jul-1931) · Nick
    A Free Soul (20-Jun-1931) · Ace Wilfong
    Laughing Sinners (30-May-1931) · Carl
    The Secret Six (18-Apr-1931) · Carl
    The Finger Points (11-Apr-1931) · Louis J. Blanco
    Dance, Fools, Dance (7-Feb-1931)
    The Easiest Way (7-Feb-1931) · Nick
    The Painted Desert (18-Jan-1931)


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